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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TIIE LETT "BRIDGE DAILT HERALD WKDNESDAY, OCTORER 23, 1911 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus 6t 60u.y- n~& two ^.m an- � TOLD MA::� titroitghoiit the for a carnival of athletic sport* I country wi',1 be directly under the throughout tap nation to continue ' special vision of .lames W. for a week were launched at a meeting of th� United War Workers campaign council. Seven of the great organization* that hare been devoting otfoth. who leave* California today on hjs way to take charge. A bin tournament I* to he hold In Madison S.juare Harden. There. it Is their oaorglos to the. welfare of the j expected that Jess Witiard will give old I or* and sailors are striving toiim exhibition. It Is planned to hold make the program the most stupen-1 a number of special bouts In dous In the history of sport JESS WILL HELP Qtianaii. Texas. Oct. 23. - 1 :0i ill 1 e . very �:ud to do anything lit niy pow-. r to make tue canipilan n slice-*-,", said Jess Wiiiard wher. sNiv.-n a New, York re-tuest for the heavyweight c!;ampion to give his service" in a campaign to raise $1 T".t�"0.f"'��i for the. various welfare organization* enjta.?-: ed in furnishing comfort* to the Am-| crlenn soldier*. Helng without ,1,�. j tails of the plan, he .".ild ho could i make no lurther statement. 1 Soldiers Who Have Written Names in Undying Glory on Field. (Krom �>nr Own �*r)rr��por.ili"ntl HaroiiH, Oct. 22.-Flevcn casijs of EPIDEMIC IS OVER Thi> Herald wishes lo announce to the citizens of Lethbridge ntul vlcut 'from Our Own Corr�sDon Now Dnyton, Ocl. 22.-The Dayton l*nnd Co. has the credit com lug for doing some splendid work li cultivation of their land cast of Noif Dayton and south of Wrontham, (Tn E, It. 16). They offered $42.6i for their tract of nlno unctions In thai township by the. Mnnnonltoa, hut, a courite. they could not consider It. Much work has boon dooo on th' wh" 1,nv'' so kindly donated read-' Sunday, but we did not learn 'tf , this district and one death, that of the i ln� l":,1|,'r f,,r the. cotivalesceni Mil- ,,,,,,, ,v., ci,3l,,| ten-year-old daughter nf Ole Voiles- j "'or* Frank, that until the Spanish , No nL.w r!1,n, nt influon-a havt tad. occurred this morning. The little influenza Is over, there will he tio , ,|,,vl.i0,)C.| lately girl had only been 111 two days and ' mor.� shipments madu to thai place. I ---.-- had been refused transportation on Wu Havo ni,u, r,t ,a, p riarke. of th J K Jl Canadian 1'ret.s Corn >;i l"ii! i With the Canadian 1 n i. "1 Mere are more ou'-uniiig deeds of practitioner Is at Claresholm. a ills FULTON GRABS NEW MANAGER! Picks battle n' Oambral w.� | Drops Mike Collins and McClotkey Fred PultoR. who,-h,. i-anai ,iu Nord ih" Canadian l,u>,met .lark [vemp.oj a while ago. h:is|i, division, which th-n turned due j grand ballroom of the Hotel Astor, i \i|ke Collins1' T-^e Ro�-he.ter*'"'H-',n" ' n"r!h.- as !!,'H Their aim Is to secure the vast and to make them decisloD affairs, iv',,,, ,�',�K and capturing the �nm of HO.r.00.000 sflth which to �c-t The -week of sports" hn* the I \ *cC'.�*u v w h" *'! ! h,>V* won'. ^^kU,A>1% of laas-b-Marouoin and mre athletic and sports equipment!sanction of the I'nlted Stat'iz govern-1'v..,.i'lan ,'h.. Vm V-an-i.e,, . i' , M''r,i,",:" fr"t" the fiuik and rear for the camps and cantonments In m�ni, and high officials are hopeful \ around ihe.o'iiil'v , ,,,,.!.': Kuropn �nd America. that the colossal sum of money nlm-s,i ,, !lrtVV- in .,,., A Tbo orRMltotlons that will glvo . ed at will he far exceeded Sportm* , ,', ul,.,. ,,, '\ui'levll'e 'i.'i- i-'u'i their support to the carnival are the promoter* throughout the country a, , i, Y. M. C. A. the national Catholic War have pledged thcms.-tve* to iiuV;.- i't' i ,,,,s^ i,.',-.n-e f '   Council of the Knights of Columbus.' the great-�i sport carnival of -ul. *|tv','.' ,.,' u, 'j,;, c',','n,,d,!t" "'" ' Canadian soldier*. �;�>�. b-.jgle note. , iance of nearly thirty miles away. The Riven rending matter regularly. !? clear and loud, will rlv.g iu every Can- ; schools have been closed and church! When the epidemic has passed off * .Milan heart. One of the harde�t init- i services rancelled, and tho entertain-: the Herald Will then make a special uPiial tusk* of the opening pha�e nf the nient for returned soldiers, arranged j call for reading matter, games and | �ut*. and it wn� Collins' per.on.,! - ----- ' Sty that li said t.i il.iVe It JACK JOHNSON'S DOUBLE Liverpool Streets. I�ndon SjiortlRg Life Ing. The fisritball ronte�t* are to In-j tnK of American tro.ip* elude the meeting of teams from the v.irloy* city has long zlnce become a t�mi!i�r *lxhl, .lavs t.'ie Liverpool l'o*t. Th.itt4li�n ul 'colored soetiers, who marched t.> a j well-known encampment with the I military tread. into the Minnesota heavyweight CV. Iln* t- al.o i' lius'' . at match!!!;; prolegc* and hi- drew down ^n:;;, : �rge pi.T'e* 'or Fu.tiui �:�.:!; und-:  ruinary  ir� m.-tance* \>.�\i:- � i'-"ii in:;if*�i'!e U ua 'it Collin.' f.iult that Fui'i.n n the chin SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Make* of Bstterlse Charged and Repaired 111 7th Street 8. Phone 016 A STAR IN HIS LINE. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Br the Famous Haywood System RE'TftEAOINQ & REPAIRINO By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment tor Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE |Q> Uth St. 8. Opp. Ellison Mills Towering above utte juad was a 'tntllng :;egro. who - might well have been mUufc-n for Late Jockey Allen Had Few Suoer-the famcu* puglllnt. Jack John-un lors as Steeplechase Jockey. And, as though to add to the r boxing gloves. country for tii.- past ten y�ar*. Albn ---- *as born in iii-catur. 111., und was WOUNDED AGAIN about twenty niti" >�-.>rs old. lie he Hamilton. Onl. Oct. 23-Lieutenant gin hi� turf ,-areer ai an exercise Tommy" Stinson. the former rugby boy (or Stanley Kunz, of t.'hlcugo, star, is reported wounded for the see- and later rod-.-  the flat fur T I' ond time. A telegram to tbl* effe.-t Hayes, of l.i.xmgt.m. Ky Hut Allen reached his brother, John Stinson, wa� best known a* a t.t' Mr- Welsh. J.1V. on Sat-1-att.illon* !n the "fday. ic se.-ollds In |--- ... , -. �ions experience j That night he mad�- a daring recon-This greatly in ; iiabnum e and n i ojjimainled th; the at'ael, tiiev wer'-"ok, !!:�> were  ' tllliialld. '.vlth no [i. II tialile eommal-.d 'tart with Ihem. covering the gap and 7� I . ANDY. THE RADIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIAT. OR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs)  Vulcanizing! Hate your tires and tubes repaired at the Central where you get dollar for dollar's worth ot service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowouts, Rfmcuts, Spots and Kettle itc. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 Central Garage ALL KIND8 OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue 8., Lethbridge W. H. OOWLING W. 8. COOK ....... THREE-CLUB LEAGUE EASTERN HOCKEY "National" Has Assured a Season of Sport in the East. Montreal, Oct. ;l. A^ the. result of ihe annual uir-i-tiug of the National Hockey League at the Windsor hotel Satutday, a tlirei.-c'.uo .ichi-dule it m-Mired for t!.i�*>��*0*$ >*�? Ontario Officer's Bravery USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOU8E OF SERVICE" OFFER TO TRADE Toronto. Od. 22.-Tho Canadian 1 Hockey At-sociatiou has offered to trade Corbett Denneny for Frank j Foystou, last year with the Ouist I League but now located in Toronto with the Koyal Air Force. It is al.-o reported that the Arena team, man-aged by ('. L. Querrie is bidding for the same player. While l.-.,dl:u '.tin Of 11 We-o found tint. a men Were pu.h jectiVi- into ..-t: alng forward v. rfilll fire he . i 'Item. In t!i>- ��: company hiiff-: the captain b.-: in ihe arm, jiid by .ilmo-t forced his wa\ :n-ii)irliiK his n. continued to �-i r.ceiVed his t: psny it: a T. (he advance j-.,. fire on a rail, rushed up t.'o the pj-iti-m a ling the ailv.ii: almost on in.-the Company . machine gun I i-.Mlo-.| lie- �'.� macbtiie gua-thua plCVi n-. ! enemy battel y hands. .* company, tho cap- to darkness, the, ahead �f their ob- *n barrage. Hun- � er a heavy niachlioi ked and organized -(juent advance the . 1 heavy casualties, -: severely wounded indomitable �ptril!' i �*>�>�S>�*>'&0 > ; * "COREY" MURPHY DEAD, -ii. imd-r a heavy-thu* st-curlng a very dangerou* jioil my "till held iart of tion .-ely regardless of t Led the Attack. �� spent t:it at '.' o'clock all the officers of directing ami leal- t�.i companies on hU right were cas-iH nituation* a* they 'laltlei, be look charge and led tho it he displayed con- 'attack successfully through double splendid initiative � belts of wile, .wept by shell and idershlp during the machine gun fire, p.-rsunally ru�hlt!K ian entire group, and single-handed 'capturing prisoners. When the troop* on the eastern flank failed to r. . . . .. ,. keep up he connected the lino nnd fl",::';i"..h;'lU1!',;" ��'-.i u� three enemy counter-attacks. At If'So that afternoon lie was knocked unconscious by a shell, but recovered two hours later, resumed command and protected tbo right flank ugalnst counter-attacks,, refuslns to evacuate until the battalion was relieved. His coolness and daring won this glorious battle. >. >i . v. - A sergeant of the same battalion .Perntiroan etiort n� ,Juring thB operailona described above. 'r*-Vn hf. m! "*-� 811 ,he 0'!lc"" ln 1,19 v,c,nuy unt I again hit. Ho h!u) b,conie eAiwMf>i and ithough �,, L? i "Piously wounded In the leg. rocog-i anu rami wounn. ,llat lhw situation was most A Daring Act I serious and must be controlled, re- in the on Jtaiirloii Wood, an ' ruslned in a shell hole, whence, though acting captaii. of U-ft support com- ,,ahi0 |�, move, he directed the men :i:o battalion found ,for ten hours, heartening them by his up by machine gun counsel and refusing to be evacuated > > embankment. He until the battalion was relieved. Not  Utoons, outflanking ,mjy jtjs toura�e and fortitude, but; captured it, enab- njl, t.00i ami accurate messages to  . bo resumed. When head!iib. he killed three . front aud outpost positions ln prepar-! H-turnlng to his sec-1 atlou for the pending enemy counter-1  1 ,to lead his men i attack. This developed In great force 1 refusing to be e/ac-j0n the battalion's left while he wsb i wounded seriously, j \n outpost. He directed the fire of SMOKE Jicuxyri \ftSlT5 GOOD TOBACCO flaster Master Mason Is made from choice tobaccos, fully matured, mellowed by ace and prcsocd into n solid plug, so aa to preserve all the moisture and fragrance of the natural leaf. Convenient, handy, easy to carry, it makes the sweetest.coolest, smoothest smoke you can find. looscco CO eiMt. gut u' C O^. Toronto, Oct. 22.-Cornelius .1. .Murphy, aged 3�J, better known as "Corey," who played with Kdmoiiton In tho Western Canada League and also with Hamilton in the Canadian League, died this morning alter a week's illness from Spanish Influenza. He was a member of the Wellingtons of (.round on tl.-u He attai ked h-:l shell hoie to -three o:' tin- c . with his rii!.-wounded into ii lie assaulted ' (hi'-.lii.'ig in n:. ph'sioii of lii~ lloches tee:-. lion, lie . l;!.t |!i with great .-Kill, n .1 ! till nt- ,i:, Vulcanizing! Wo understand how to take care of all kinds of tiro troubles.-I'unr lines, blowouts, worn treads, etc., re. paired In first clas� shape. We know our business. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 SUil. Street 8. Lethbridge, Alta. Phono 499 "8ERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle AU Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. He won tile Military Medal at l'as-scheiidaiie. '/. Great Gallantry ? The lien.n ,i,1 of a Winnipeg rifle ? battalion who .. o, the Military Medal in the i.iniir. led his platoon witii ? �great skill ��.! gallantry in the > : storming of ti..- ('anal du Nord. He 1 was wounded early in the engagement ? {but remained on duty because tho ? . uouipany ���(ftfflffft \ ??????? * ??????? ? '>;-oaiJ,1Joiicd :.:3 company Into th�